A Semester 4 Biomedical Science undergraduate student relates her experience at Spastic Children Association of Selangor Federal Territory.
In 2017, six high achieving FiS students won IMU scholarships to pursue their undergraduate degree. The Scholarships in the form of full or partial tuition fee waivers are for students demonstrating outstanding academic excellence, extra curriculum participation and leadership qualities. Find out how they got these scholarships.
My superhero idol is Ironman – the inspiration and reason I am where I am today. I adore Ironman because of his dedicated passion in saving and helping people despite him not having any superpowers compared with other superheroes. My initial plan to pursue a Biomedical Science degree bears the same passion – to save
13 November 2017 - International Medical University (IMU)'s Biomedical Science students who are enrolled into the “Radiobiology” selective module had the opportunity to visit the Malaysian Nuclear Agency (MNA). The module introduces the basic principles of radioactivity, radiation and their applications in biomedical sciences and research to the students. It also provides students with a basic knowledge
10 April – 30 September 2017 - “The Apprentice” is one of the most anticipated modules in the IMU Biomedical Science programme, as Semester 6 students are introduced to practical “hands-on experience” in a biomedical science-based industry for 12 weeks. Students may choose to have their attachments locally or in foreign countries, and even extend
8 May 2017 to 30 June 2017 - Eight final year Biomedical Science students from International Medical University (IMU), Malaysia, Low Hwei Jean, Voon Khai Boon, Tai Shi Kin, Hoong Hui Yi, Claire Chong Khai Li, Choo Zhi Re, Sin Woei Chyi and Crystal Liew Xiao-Qi, had the opportunity to complete their 2 months’ attachment
‘The mediocre teacher tells. The good teacher explains. The superior teacher demonstrates. The great teacher inspires.’ - William Arthur Ward (1921-1994) Not all teachers work in the classroom. As educationists increasingly advocate ‘experiential learning’, the role of preceptors, or on-site supervisors, becomes more essential in moulding competent graduates. For this very reason, the Applied Biomedical
What is the building block of life? How are dengue and Zika similar? Why is cancer so complicated? These questions were foreign to some of us thirty or maybe forty years back, but with ample amount of information being relayed in social media, these curious topics can be as close in piquing our thought process,
12 - 14 May 2017 – IMU’s Biomedical Science students, Chong Ho Phin (left) and Lim Xue Zhen (right) from cohort BM114 won the best prize for oral presentation and runner up for poster presentation in the 8th Malaysian Symposium of Biomedical Science held at International Islamic University Malaysia (IIUM), Kuantan, Pahang. A total of